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12-07-2013, by
Third-rate smoke in clothes

We all know that smoking of tobacco is unhealthy. We know that passive smoking is also a major risk. But now science warns us of the dangers of "third-rate" smoke.

These are the smoke particles that take place between the clothing fibers, on our skin and in the hair. So, we will find them on carpets, seats, curtains, upholstery and even on toys.

It is therefore recommended to brush or to wash as much as possible, when we have been in close contact of a smoker.

Toxic tobacco smoke

The tobacco particles can help the formation of carcinogens, TSNAs (tobacco specific nitrosamines). Researchers found in laboratory tests 'substantial' amounts of toxins in the material that was previously exposed to tobacco smoke. Smoke particles react with the widespread nitric acid, a substance which get released during combustion processes of cars.

The great danger is that these substances are highly vulnerable to children who often come in contact with 'contaminated' material.

E-cigarette is safe

So even if you are going to smoke outdoors, you must still realize that you are possible playing with the health of your children. There is always a chance that the tobacco smoke particles take place in your clothes.

Because the electronic cigarette has no harmful emissions, it is actually incomprehensible that our government does not oblige us all to e-smoke. Then at least the people in the area around us would be completely safe. The electronic cigarette evaporates liquid that only the smoker inhales. There takes no "pollution" place.




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